Definitions

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  • adjective Referring to a French/Francophone keyboard.

Etymologies

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From the first six letters on the top row of the standard French keyboard.

Examples

  • Guys, if you find french keyboards (azerty is also available in Belgium) disturbing, try the german one’s (qwertz layout with lot of ü ä or ß)

    Ah, the French « BuzzMachine

  • I am fed up switching between all those qwerty and azerty keyboards.

    The Lifehacker Editors’ Favourite Software and Hardware | Lifehacker Australia

  • SA_Avenger as to the keyboard question, it's more like that george was typing on a french keyboard which is azerty though slightly different than the belgian azerty one which is imho better on the alt gr + keys. so yeah it can be pretty puzzling

    Day 24: Filming a Dothraki wedding

  • Here, in a makeshift office, one as foreign to me as an azerty* keyboard once was, I try to go with the flow, to catch a steady, if rushing, current that will allow me to move forward with my work.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • November 4, 2008 at 8:28 pm ai has uzed teh azerty keebord frum mai littel bro hoo wuz libbin in jermanee an iz hard!

    Sry Iz layte, gotz hung up - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I am fed up switching between all those qwerty and azerty keyboards.

    The Lifehacker Editors’ Favourite Software and Hardware | Lifehacker Australia

  • I would go into amusing, theatrical detail but the only means I have of getting onto the internet to whine to you has a French keyboard where qwerty becomes azerty, just to be different, and the period key requires using shift — confirming my long-held suspicion that, indeed, the French never do come to a period in their nonstop sentences.

    Ah, the French « BuzzMachine

  • The keyboard has standardized upon variations of qwerty and azerty throughout the world even though neither is optimal

    JND.org

  • - The control still accepts shift as a modifier key (limit parameter does not solve this) gui, add, Hotkey, vKey gKey, azerty gui, show

    AutoHotkey Community

  • If you specify ":: xbi:: c'est-à-dire" (using azerty) or ":: xai:: c'est-à-dire" (using qwertz) your replacement will work: typing "cad" in bépo will trigger the replacement. hey, merci, your idea was really not bad, but I must enter the keys I physically strike on the keyboard: so in our example, it works if I write:

    AutoHotkey Community

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